From Storm Team 5…
Good Thursday Evening. Three rounds of showers and thunderstorms passed over northeast Wisconsin, tallying up some impressive rain totals, over an inch in a few communities. Any strong to severe storms stayed in the southern counties, with the overall trend leaning toward 9pm for the exit of the rain and storm chances.
TONIGHT, a few showers could hold on through the overnight, no severe weather is expected. Temperatures fall into the upper 50s before daybreak tomorrow.
On FRIDAY, the area of low pressure will begin to wrap up and head east, but this means cooler air will start to work in. Highs in the afternoon will be limited to the middle 60s, and scattered showers cannot be ruled out especially for the morning hours. Winds will also be on the stronger side, gusting as high as 30 miles per hour to top off the raw summer day.
SATURDAY will bring in the next chance to see sunshine return to the forecast. Dry conditions will return for most of the day, but a spotty afternoon shower will not be completely ruled out just yet. Temperatures will pull out of the 60s, and return to the upper half of the 70s for the afternoon.
Stay tuned for all the latest updates from Storm Team 5!